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The arrangement of DNS entries only makes sense and is possible, for about registered Domains!

A Domain refers in general to one or several name servers. Now these name servers contain the information as your Domain or Subdomains about the settings to the servers should be assigned.

Own name servers (recommended only from 10 Domains):

Of course you can also pursue own name servers, nevertheless, these are connected with additional costs and, hence, we recommend you for the First-Registration of the first 10 Domains to use the name servers from! Should you have registered more than 10 Domains about, we recommend the application of own name server - this caused to you only low fees - but certain administrative expenses is necessary and is worthwhile only from 10 Domains! On the other hand a conversion of the Domains already successfully registered by you to your own name server is possible any time! 

Worldwide reflexion of the Nameserver:

All entries which you administer in future about the DNS settings are updated in time intervals worldwide. A change in the DNS area by new arrangement, spreads very fast against which, nevertheless, updates much longer needed.

The expiry understand:

We take in that your Domain have freshly been registered and your DNS-Settings already successfully in the name server from registered are:

As an example here to the understanding: They have registered for themselves and correctly via DNS connected: 


1. A user, for example, enter in Brazil in the Internet Explorer your new Domain (
2. Now the computer of the user checks whether in his internal Caching register, is this domain  knowed - this time maybe not 
3. The computer of the user sends the Domain inquiry to one of the name server assigned to him (e.g., name server of the phone society in Brazil) and requests whether these Domain are known - this time maybe not 
4. The name server to which the customer is assigned in our example in Brazil by the phone society in Brazil finds out that it concerns a DE-Domain and ascertained in 1st-Level-Domain, the accompanying Domain-registration place - in this case DENIC and carries out a query with DENIC.
5. DENIC answers, these Domain lies on the name servers from to 
6. Now the name server of the phone society in Brazil tries to call away on the name server 1 of the suitable DNS-Entries - this maybe fails on account of to many inquiries 
7. Now the name server of the phone society in Brazil tries to call away on the name server 2 of the suitable DNS-Entries - the name server is free and correctly answers with the suitable DNS sentences 
8. Now the name server of the phone society in Brazil notices to themselves all DNS sentences and check in intervals to call away the changed information from one of the name servers from to themselves! 
9. Now once more the name server of the phone society checks in Brazil whether the Domain can be assigned in linking to the DNS entries of an IP - and because the Domain could be assigned now to a correct IP, this sends back these IP to the computer of the caller. 
10. Now the computer of the user in Brazil receives the matching IP to the called Domain and stores this in own Computer-Cache! 
11. Now the computer of the user calls away the IP under information of the Domain. 
12. The server on which the Webspace is stored it is contacted by the IP with information of the Domain and now checks whether these Domain are awarded in the server to vHost files - if so 13. The server which is assigned to the Webspace sends the called sides to the calling users! 

Many things are running in the background - however, thus the Setting:

is simply a DNS zone will always award for only one Domain!
A DNS zone contains various allocation entries to a Domain! 

Thus it is possible, e.g., via Subdomains to split the Domain on different servers, bsp:> server 1: IP: aaa.bbb.ccc.dd1> server 2: IP: aaa.bbb.ccc.dd2

or only your mail traffic has to do in-> server 3: IP: aaa2.bbb2.ccc2.dd3

everything is possible! DNS entries on ours of are free up to a certain volume, entries to foreign servers cost only few cents in the month! But a good planning of only few DNS entries still always makes sense! 

Create a DNS-Zone:

Create a DNS-Zone (Form-Filling)

Modify DNS Zone